How to find out the most expensive keywords using Google Keyword tool?
I wouldn't know and fortunately, you don't need to most expensive keywords to get rich. Low paying keywords with a lot of traffic will do just as well and they're most likely easier to rank for.
The easiest way is to pick off your keywords category by category and sort by descending avg. CPC. Health, finance/credit and similar topics tend to have high CPCs if you want somewhere to start.
However, as simeonvisser said above, you are better off trying to find the related keywords people aren't bidding so much for and aim for more niche content.
Hope that helps.
I guess the number of searches performed with that keywords appears just to right side of them.
by Haunty 7 years ago
Can someone explain to me in plain English what competition means with regard to us?It says there that it gives an indication of how many advertisers are bidding for a keyword. But what does that mean?I always thought high competition meant that too many webpages are after the same keyword, but now...
by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
I think my last try was over a year ago. I honestly have never had success with it EVER, even with third party tools, bar ONE title about three years back. If you're freaked out by it, don't stress. You don't HAVE to do keyword research to get good traffic. Personally my two go-tos right now are:1....
by m920621m 8 years ago
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by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
Please help me find it!
by Jacqueline 6 years ago
Is Google Keyword Tool really reliable for finding good keywords for SEO?Are there any other, better ways of finding good keywords?
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
Where do you get topics or keywords you use when you write your blog or hubsI have been looking for good keywords and topics to write with but somehow I have not found keywords nor nice topics,,,,please can you share your ideas with me
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